Among other things, Greer’s dismissal of “harm” also illustrates how misconceptions about rape inhibit prosecution.
The author and academic makes some valid points about rape, but to decriminalise it, as she suggests, fails to recognise bodily autonomy as a key marker of humanity to which women are entitled.
While Facebook appeals to the older generations, it is losing market share of the younger generations quickly.
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Facebook enters the world of gaming – where the web addresses are short, the streams are long and the cash flows.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook addresses developers at the Worldwide Developers Conference 2018 in San Jose, California on June 4.
With these changes, it feels like Apple is finally acknowledging the new type of digital native they’ve created, and considering how to help them live a balanced life.
The protection of the flu vaccine is minimal, and may not be worth it.
Research shows for every 100 healthy adults vaccinated against influenza, 99 get no benefit.
Smiling on the outside, struggling on the inside. Networking can be painful.
If the physical setting, as well as clear strategies to facilitate new connections and networks are right, then networking wouldn't be such a pain.
The Gold Coast Suns train in Shanghai ahead of their clash with Port Power this weekend.
Sport has a history of providing opportunities for détente, or at least discussion - and there's every chance the AFL's latest venture to China could do just that.
Crowds watch a Counterstrike: Global Offensive tournament in Poland in March 2015.
Australia’s deep passion for sport is changing, with fewer people attending major traditional sporting events and eSports on the rise.
Millions more Australians will be diagnosed with having high blood pressure if the recommendations are followed.
Previously, a person would be diagnosed with high blood pressure if their systolic reading was 140mmHg. But it's recommended this threshold be lowered to 130mmHg, which will do more harm than good.
It’s not the leading cause but it is the leading contributor.
Are claims that intimate partner violence is the leading cause of death for Australian women aged 18-44 substantiated?
Part of the concern about any move to arm frontline police with military hardware is the rise of the ‘warrior cop’ phenomenon.
To justify giving police military-style weapons, there must be both a credible threat and an identified deficiency in current police capabilities.
The Australian team finished 23rd on the medal tally in Pyeongchang.
Measuring the success of the Australian team at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang may still be aligned to the ambitious Winning Edge targets.
Employers can encourage employees to be more active through office design.
Research shows that corporate wellness programs don't really work. If companies want to boost employee health they should consider designing the workplace to encourage the right behaviour.
Snowboarding is one of just two Winter Olympic sports to receive funding under Winning Edge.
It's not out of reach for the Australian Winter Olympic team to meet the Winning Edge targets of a top-15 finish on the medal tally.
Season two of the Netflix series Stranger Things featured a video game called Dragron’s Lair.
New gaming headsets promise to seamlessly integrate the digital and the physical world, but they also typically limit the vision of those digital objects to the person wearing the headset.
The ‘yes means yes’ school of thought argues that consent can – and should – be made cool.
In the wake of the MeToo and Time's Up movements, a new model of sexual consent is required – one that needs a clear and unequivocal yes from all parties.
Our workplace and work processes may be contributing to stress and bad behaviour.
It's tempting to think that difficult coworker might be a psychopath, but this just distracts us from the difficult work of making our workplaces better places to be.
Native title - the legal recognition of Indigenous Australian land rights - is determined under domestic law, not international law.
In an article published in the lead up to Australia Day, WA Liberal Party policy committee chairman Sherry Sufi said "native title can only exist if Australia was settled, not invaded". Is that right?
Speaking with: Professor David Field about unusual crimes that have changed the law.
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Sleepwalking murders and 'battered wife' syndrome are unique precedents set by extraordinary cases. David Field talks about unusual cases that have shaped Australian law.
Brisbane’s Chris Lynn was the top ranked batsman in the Big Bash League last season.
Simply taking the most wickets or scoring the most runs doesn't make you the best player. Here's how to judge players based on how much they contribute to winning.
A curfew was introduced in Northbridge WA as part of a wider push aimed at protecting child welfare and making the suburb safer.
Tim Nicholls said the introduction of a youth curfew in the WA suburb of Northbridge 'saw a dramatic drop in crime and a reduction in the anti-social behaviour of young people'. Is that right?